First-Ever: First-Temple Building Remains Found Near Temple Mt.

This is quite an important archaeological find, especially since Islam is constantly these days pushing their propaganda that the Temple never existed.

 Excerpt: 

The Israel Antiquities Authority announces the first time in the history of the archaeological research of Jerusalem that building remains from the First Temple period have been exposed so close to the Temple Mount – on the eastern slopes of the Upper City.

A rich layer of finds from the latter part of the First Temple period (8th-6th centuries B.C.E.) has been discovered in archaeological rescue excavations near the Western Wall plaza.  The dig is being carried out in the northwestern part of the Western Wall plaza, near the staircase leading up towards the Jaffa Gate.

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4 thoughts on “First-Ever: First-Temple Building Remains Found Near Temple Mt.

  1. Those in Islam who don’t want to hear it will still disbelieve.
    But some will believe.
    And that is a start.
    🙂

  2. If even half of **this** be true, then Islam has a lot worse to worry about on its periphery than just one talking point being shot down 🙂

  3. Sweet. Looks like my old “blah@blah.com” email form field value was what got blocked as spam by Akismet 🙂

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